EXCLUSIVE: Frank Grillo, Luke Grimes and Longmire star Robert Taylor will star in Into the Ashes, a crime thriller written and to be directed by Aaron Harvey. They join James Badge Dale and David Cade in the pic, which is now set toShow More Summary
The DTV sequel to a sci-fi movie nobody liked is a total ass-kicker. Read more...
The Purge franchise’s Frank Grillo stars in director Liam O’Donnell’s astoundingly entertaining Beyond Skyline, which is absolutely bonkers. The trailers have all been impressive, and now this new clip shows the beginning of the alien invasion. Show More Summary
“Beyond Skyline,” written and directed by Liam O’Donnell, is ostensibly a sequel to the 2010 alien invasion thriller “Skyline,” though the motivation behind this film seems purely a desire to watch Frank Grillo and the guys from “The Raid” beat up some aliens. Fair enough. The only connection to...
full disclosure: an online acreener of Beyond Skyline was provided by the film's publicity arm. Director/writer: Liam O'Donnell. Cast: Frank Grillo, Bojana Novakovic, Iko Uwais and Pamelyn Chee. It has been seven years since aliens terrorized Los Angeles in Skyline. Show More Summary
It’s taken two decades for Hollywood to zero in on Bronx-born actor-producer Frank Grillo, whose latest films include the hard-boiled Netflix thriller “Wheelman” and China’s blockbuster foreign-language Oscar contender “Wolf Warrior 2.” Action’s newest star doesn’t seem to mind the wait. “I find...
It seems that Mel Gibson's comeback is in full swing with LETHAL WEAPON 5 planned over at WB, and today we have news the once blacklisted actor has a badass new action film in the works. The flick is called BOSS LEVEL and is setShow More Summary
The Mel Gibson Comeback Tour keeps on a-rolling. Read more...
Joe Carnahan wrote and will direct the Groundhog Day-style action thriller The post Mel Gibson and Frank Grillo to Star in Boss Level appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
EXCLUSIVE: Mel Gibson and Frank Grillo are in talks to star in Boss Level, an action thriller that Joe Carnahan will direct next year. The premise: Every day, a retired special forces veteran (Grillo) is trapped in a never-ending loop resulting in his death. Show More Summary
The Purge franchise’s Frank Grillo stars in director Liam O’Donnell’s Beyond Skyline, which looks bonkers. The latest trailers have all been impressive, and now these previously shared new images hark back to classics such as Predator and Alien. Show More Summary
Including Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Frank Grillo and Maximiliano Hernandez The post Avengers Cast Members Raise $500,000 for Puerto Rico Relief appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Despite seemingly losing his life in Captain America: Civil War, Frank Grillo's Crossbones may return for Avengers 4 after all.
James Landry Hebert (NBS’ Taken) and Adam Bartley (Longmire) have come aboard the Tim Sutton written and directed drama, Donnybrook, along with newcomer Alex Washburn. They join previously announced Frank Grillo, Jamie Bell, Margaret Qualley, and James Badge Dale in the film, adapted from the 2013 novel by Frank Bill. Show More Summary
The ex-Marvel actor who’s made a career of playing tough guys talks his thrilling, F-bomb laden new crime film and being “the biggest American star in China” right now.
Nobody is ever really dead in comic books. As comic books have become movies, the same has proven true. That being said, some members of the MCU have seemed deader than others.
When last we saw the character Crossbones in the MCU, he blew himself up in hopes of taking Captain America out with him. Too bad for him that Scarlet Witch came by and stopped it from doing damage, and he died in vain. When asked by Syfy if there was another character he’d want to […]
Kingdom star Frank Grillo has been tapped to star in brawl film Donnybrook, along with Fantastic Four‘s Jamie Bell, Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers), and James Badge Dale (Only The Brave). From writer and director Tim Sutton, the film is an adaptation Frank Bill's 2013 noir novel of the same name. Show More Summary
By Brad Gullickson For his debut feature 'Wheelman,' Jeremy Rush puts a new spin on a classic, but not entirely exhausted, sub-genre. The article Jeremy Rush Wants You to Bask In The Glory of Frank Grillo appeared first on Film School Rejects.
With any new role, actors shift gears. That goes double for Frank Grillo in "Wheelman."